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Heineken Ireland Unveils Multi-million Euro Refresh of Historic Cork Office

Heineken Ireland Unveils Multi-million Euro Refresh of Historic Cork Office
November 22
12:01 2017

Marking the completion of a multi-million euro upgrade projectHEINEKEN Ireland has unveiled its new look headquarters in Cork. The 128 year-old iconic Malt House building at Leitrim Street has been revamped to provide an inspirational and collaborative environment for HEINEKEN Ireland’s 200+ Cork-based employees.

HEINEKEN Ireland has a 161 year brewing heritage in Cork and the Lady’s Well Brewery is home to some of Ireland’s favourite lager, stout and cider brands.

The Malt House, built in 1889 by James J. Murphy, was converted into HEINEKEN Ireland’s head office in 1992. Twenty five years later, the upgrade works to this historic building have been undertaken with the vision of providing a vibrant, state of the art and collaborative space while staying true to the company’s rich past.

HEINEKEN Ireland’s commitment to sustainability through its ‘Brewing a Better World’ strategy was central to the upgrade project:

  • The use of a state-of-the-art smart lighting system and a centrally controlled heating system, that maximises natural day light, will result in a 30% decrease in energy consumption on an annual basis;
  • A new waste management system and employee education programme has resulted in the site now having “zero waste to landfill”;
  • Office equipment and furniture was donated to 13 local Cork charities;
  • Local contractors and suppliers worked with us to deliver the project.

Maggie Timoney, Managing Director, HEINEKEN Ireland, commented: “The extensive multi-million euro refurbishment project to our 128 year-old head office has allowed us to bring our great people and great products even closer together. We set out to provide an inspiring and innovative work environment for current and future HEINEKEN Ireland employees. I want to congratulate everyone involved in delivering on this vision. With a brewing heritage that goes back 161 years, we are proud to be part of Cork’s rich heritage. Our new look home is the perfect symbol of who we are, combining the best of our past with the bright ambition of our future.”

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